Review Jurassic World Evolution Review
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Codemasters latest F1 game is saved from drudgery by an exhilarating classics mode.
John Robertson takes us through the highlights of The Tokyo Game Show 2013.
GTA V is a great game, but it's not a very nice one.
Like the extraterrestrial invasion it portrays, the Bureau is overwhelmed by a plethora of alien systems.
Rayman Legends is a delightful sequel in the reinvigorated platforming series.
Sam Fisher may be a lost cause, but this is the strongest Splinter Cell game in years.
Spelunky is an incredible game of blundering and plundering
Saints Row IV is so much fun it's probably bad for you, and to a certain extent, itself.
Deadpool the character is a good laugh. It's a shame we can't say the same about his game.
Telltale's writing is better than ever, but 400 Days suffers from a change of structure and an unsatisfactory payoff.
We sum up what we can expect to see when Microsoft unveils its new console.
It was acceptable in the 80s, is it acceptable now?
A weird but wonderfully fantastical fighting... game.
I loved but also loathed Bioshock Infinite and here are the 10 reasons why.
The Behemoth's new new quirky platformer has been worth the wait.
Have we seen the game of the year already? Read on to find out.
The fist-pumping, chest-bumping, space jock shooter is back, but is it any better?
We've benchmarked Crysis 3 to add it to our array of benchmarks; how do the current cards stack up?
Not a revolution but Lara Croft's latest outing is still an excellent adventure.
Drugs, pirates, tigers and weird uncles? Welcome to the jungle.
We talk to Danger Close about the the involvement of ex-military consultants in Warfighter.
2K's reboot of the XCOM series has finally landed - has it been worth the wait?
We take Medal of Honor out for a spin to see how the multiplayer handles.
'Corvo Blimey,' says Joe of what he reckons is already the best game of the year.
Is The Amazing Spider-Man good enough to live up to its name? Joe finds out.
Sound design is one of the hardest things, so why don't we celebrate it more?